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    #1

    standpoint or view

    Does a native speaker use "standpoint" in the following context?
    Her political standpoint is not supported.

    Is it better to replace "standpoint" with "views", that is

    Her political views are not supported.
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    Re: standpoint or view

    I would use "views": "Her political views are not supported. Also, "From a political standpoint, her views are not supported."

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